7 Apr

Open-Air Theatre

Open-Air theatre at the Globe If you’ve always wanted to come to London to experience what William Shakespeare’s life should have been, you’d be glad to know that the Globe is starting its summer season again with non-other than ‘Romeo and Juliet’. The classic tragedy will be played on the open-air theatre from Saturday 22th...
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29 Jan

International Mime Festival

London International Mime Festival The London International Mime Festival celebrates its 40th anniversary with an attractive programme full of visual theatre, acrobatics, juggling and loads of fun. Being Europe’s leading and the longest running event of its kind in the world, you can expect spectacular, ground-breaking, high-level performances that will take place at various central...
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10 Oct

Art Lovers

Condo 2017 Art lovers have the incredible opportunity to visit contemporary galleries from all over the world without ever leaving London in January 2017. 36 galleries from New York, Berlin, Zurich or Shanghai will take their most precious pieces to 15 London spaces in a collaborative exhibition that will last until Saturday 11th February. Visit...
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5 Aug

Soho Tour

Soho: A Foodie and Bar Themed History Tour Although being one of the most visited areas in London, Soho’s history may still be a mystery to many of us. City of Westminster guide Joanna Moncrieff will discover you Soho’s food and drink heritage on a nice walk hearing all about the parties in the 1700s...
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